Download: Kodi 18 Leia Alpha 3 Released, Here Are The Bug Fixes, Stability Details

Heart loving Kodi fans for some time now has a good news, the team behind the media center software (aka Kodi project) has announced the latest alpha build of its wares. Starting today, Kodi v18 Leia Alpha 3 is available for download.

According to the official announcement blog post, a full changelog is “nearly impossible to create” and also noted that if you want the basics, then be sure to check out that post out.

Kodi team has released v18 Leia alpha 3 with improvements

Especially for stability improvements and usability, it’s fair to say that this update has been the focal point for the developers this time around. What’s new is been detailed in Kodi team words:

In general the whole stability has been improved quite a lot. The times you still get glitches or occasional crashes haven been reduced due to just ripping out not so well coded parts and replaced with a more structured design and standard. Not that the old code was bad however over time new insights were gained and having newer code standards just make it better. Untangling all parts or components and make them behave better next to each other has been one of the biggest efforts done so far.

Discussing when the final release will be available to the public, the Kodi team noted that there is no current timescale set in stone although it is expected to arrive at some point before the end of the year. To that extent, there is also a call to arms of sorts, with developers solicited to get in touch with technical and other upgrades, that too, if they are able to “spend time on getting Kodi even better in every way.”

Anyone wanting to give the latest alpha build a try can do exactly that by heading to the official Kodi download page before selecting the version most suitable for their platform of choice.

Kodi 18 Alpha 3 APK Download For Android, Windows, iOS has released

Remember, this is still very much an alpha release, so don’t expect anything far beyond its expectations, there to be problems at some point along the way.

You have been warned!

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